>Dr. Denina (Nina) Hospodsky. Post-doctoral Research Associate. Research: The effect of weatherization of older homes on microbial loads in air and dust. Curriculum vitae Denina Hospodsky 801 Dryden Rd, Ithaca, NY, 14850 Phone: . DE Teaching experience 2012 Yale University Undergrad Funded summer . From the 2013 meeting on the Microbiology of the Built Environment held in Boulder, CO. View Denina Hospodsky's full profile. It's free! . Peccia, Hospodsky, and Bibby; New Directions: A revolution in DNA sequencing now allows for the meaningful . A Jungle in There: Bacteria in Belly Buttons are Highly Diverse, but Predictable. Jiri Hulcr, Andrew M. Latimer, Jessica B. Henley, Nina R. Rountree, Noah Fierer, . Denina Hospodsky, Jing Qian, William W. Nazaroff, Naomichi Yamamoto, Kyle . Dec 18, 2015 - Human Occupancy as a Source of Airborne Bacteria Presentation by: Nina Ferrari-Bridgers Authors:Denina Hospodsky, Jing Qian,William W. Anthony S. Amend, Keith A. Seifert, Robert Samson, and Thomas D. Bruns. PNAS August 3, 2010 107 (31) 13748-13753; https://doi.org/10.1073/pnas. Janine Fröhlich-Nowoisky, Daniel A. Pickersgill, Viviane R. Després, and Ulrich Pöschl . aBiogeochemistry Department, Max Planck Institute for Chemistry, . Jan 18, 2012 - D. Hospodsky. Department of . Abstract. Abstract The role of human occupancy as a source of indoor biological aerosols is poorly understood.